Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a very common condition that occurs in the body after a viral infection. We believe it to be a chronic continuation of the viral illness. Over the years of treating viral diseases, we have gained clinical experience in treating both the acute and chronic phases of their progression. However, sometimes the clinical presentation of the chronic phase is worse than the acute phase because the immune system becomes significantly depleted during the acute process. As a result, the virus doesn’t disappear but continues to harm the patient’s body.
Our clinical research confirms this with a viral infection such as herpes zoster. In this case, we observe clinical symptoms and biochemical investigations that align. Specifically, the viral titer in the chronic phase often exceeds that in the acute stage. However, no one talks about the billions of viruses that exist around us and cannot be identified without laboratory tests, forcing us to work blindly. These viruses are the cause of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
The symptoms of CFS include profound weakness, headaches, dizziness, poor sleep, anxiety, leg heaviness, muscle and joint pain, and more. It is a condition similar to experiencing the acute phase of a regular flu.
This condition can last from several months to many years, and it can accompany the patient throughout their life, leading to serious illnesses, including malignancies.
Only intravenous ozone therapy and TEN-pass or multipass treatments give us the opportunity to destroy the viruses. However, sometimes even these measures are not sufficient, and we have to employ specialized equipment that stimulates lymphatic flow, which is crucial in chronic viral processes.
Ultimately, defeating chronic viral infections requires the right treatment protocols and access to a wide range of advanced equipment and specialized medications.
Our medical center has everything necessary for successful treatment of this condition. Considering our extensive experience and good results, we can confidently say that we are addressing this problem effectively.
The treatment for each patient only concludes when we receive negative DNA test results. Stress tests are conducted at the beginning and end of the treatment to assess the actual state of the patient’s body at those times. Based on the first test, we plan the rehabilitation program for the specific patient, and the second test shows the progress we have made. In severe cases of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, repeated rehabilitation courses may be necessary (e.g., after a year).
At the end of the treatment, the patient is provided with all the necessary recommendations and our support throughout the recovery period.